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[nycphp-talk] Debugging Remote Problem

Hans Kaspersetz lamolist at cyberxdesigns.com
Tue Feb 21 14:43:56 EST 2006


SSL was involved.  I setup the demo site to remove that from the 
equation.  When SSL was involved the user could not even login.  I would 
see a successful login in the logs but then an immediate redirect to the 
logged our state.  Very weird.  Taking SSL out of the equation made 
things better.  Now the user can login and browse 1 or 2 pages.  Then 
redirect to logged out state. 

The user started with IE on Win XP.  I had them install Firefox, same 
problem.  This problem seems to be with multiple users in South Africa.  
Has anyone else seen geographically localized problems with web 
applications like Joomla?

 How would you suggest I capture the global vars generated by one of 
their requests?  Insert some scripting on my side to save them to db or 
log file?  Or output to screen on their end and have them cut and 
paste?  Or is there some better way?

HCK


> Out of curiousity, is SSL involved? Are you able to have the user try
> a different browser?
> Have you already gone over a dump of the global vars generated by one
> of their requests? Their geographic location could well be a red
> herring.
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